Jamie Fearnley

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Telomerase-targeted strategies have aroused recent interest in anti-cancer chemotherapy, because DNA-binding drugs can interact with high-order tetraplex rather than double-stranded (duplex) DNA targets in tumour cells. However, the protracted cell-drug exposure times necessary for clinical application require that telomerase inhibitory efficacy must be(More)
In order to determine differences in repair after treatment with DNA damaging agents, normal and cancer cells were selected for analysis of single strand breaks and DNA crosslinks using the Comet assay. Normal human lymphocytes, human colorectal adenocarcinoma SW620 cells, lung carcinoma A549, and H460 cell lines were exposed to an ethylating agent(More)
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